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Imperial (Gordon & MacPhail) - Gordon & MacPhail, 1990 - 10 y.o. - 40,0%
4F: 4E: 77/100


Imperial Gordon & MacPhail, 1990

Bottler:
Gordon & MacPhail
Age:
10 years
Alcohol:
40,0%
Collection:
Gordon & MacPhail
Bottle details:
average
77/100
(76,73)
price class:

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Jean-Marie Putz

The nose detects some ripe fruit and floral hints, with a very discrete touch of smoke on the background. A sweet and pleasant smell.
In the palate sweetness and ripe fruit fragrances dominate. A rather sugared whisky, with a touch of citrus fruit and a slight hint of pepper.
The finish is rather long, and very sweet as well. For those who like sweet whiskies, this bottle should be very nice.
74/1002005

Jean-Marie Putz

A second tasting generated less enthusiasm than the first one. This whisky, which however remains rather pleasant, is too much dominated by malt, and a certain acidity remains in the background.
74/1002004

Jean-Marie Putz

The nose is rather discrete but relatively complex, mixing fruity smells (orange marmalade) with malted hints and a touch of freshly cut grass on the background.
In the mouth, the taste is pleasant, mixing sweet hints of citrus fruit (pink grapefruit) with discrete hints of honey and some touches of hazelnut.
A short finish, recalling the honey and developing on hazelnuts.
79/1002006

Jean-Marie Putz

A very nice smell invades the nose immediately. A mix of malt and fresher notes, orange? blackberry's?... The taste isn't deceiving neither, and the question raises why is this whisky not better known on the market? A nice finish completes the whole. The reasonable price is OK too. A recommendable bottle.
79/1002003

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